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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 January 1887

' JfrfnfTYWi .. -rassfciM5K:3as3-a saMBWBaawH(Baat9s8sa(Bisossa foe &&icMta gailtj hqU: gttesdmj ptoruitig, gamranj 18. 1887. m u Jt. JL."1.UKCX. Elltor. R. P. UHDOCE, ai. m. snmDocK & bro., In.V,lishers aud PrupriHtors. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. IS, 1SS7. All lefler .-rt-tuliii- to tlie business of the printliu h -uso ir blrnj-TV; or for Information of advertising s old e addressed to tte lusliiJ tautuua-r-. ! o tmruin'ciUon r the editor. Tao onlv Dully Haider In mtliwa,t Sanw or tin Artin.is"ValKT receiving both the day and nij-hi Ax-wlUetl l'ni.4 rrivirtM in fnll. J 8 0) . ' . 2 Of) 75 TBKMS OF SUHSUKJITIONS. DJ1I1A CT KAIL. IM-rrAflE PKKrAlD. Oaecapy, one year. One copy. "' unnips - Ouaciipy, throe ir,uJ3 Onr&ivv. line bio n Br carrier, jier jear ' J Bt carrier, three months - 50 Twenty Cfcato per week delivered by carriers In the city. WEEKLY. Ona copy, one year. In the ntato 81 wj One copy, six months " TO APViClTTISEKS. Ocr rales for udvertiriiiu; shall l as low n...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 January 1887

l's1-Atfrg?UUr attesTOgg.MBrg'aasfti XUc imicliita Dailtj gagle: tii:srtan SPott-tefl. January 18, t8S7. f WIXT L"1U1 Botn Houses Agree to Cele brate the Constitution Centennial. Senator Plumb Queries Concern ing the liquor Traffic in the District. Senator Ingalls Punctures BuDtrte of Bombastic Reformers.- The House not Quite Ready to Tackle the Conference Ileport oulater- state Commerce Bill. Gen. XV. TJ. Ilazen Dead; to he Buried "Wednesday Coinmistionerj Tinkering with the He form Abomination. FORTY-LXTII CONGRESS. Senate. "Washington, Jan. 17. ilr. Iloer, from the select committee on the centennial of the constitution, reported a resolution that it is expedient that the centennial annivcr sary of the inauguration of the constitution he celebrated in April, IS si), by an address to be delivered before the president f the L nuetl states and the two Iioumjs of con press by the chief justice ef the United Spates to which representatives of foreign governments shall be invited, and t...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 January 1887

feusC33re&flHUR&i shiMeaagew3wgffwgy 6 gltc tttfiita gaily ??aglc: gucsctatj tXoruttiQ, gamtamj 18, 1887. V J - si n7r a? ;S 5? I 3 a iainxjXe WHO CAN TELL? We lost; yet couldft tliou deem it lest If thou and I had never met Had never Known the wild regret; Our lieartsJx'en formed to soon forget: Had never shed thosa scorching tears, That dimmed our eyes, and aged our years, And wrecked our souls' unknowing rest? V?p ioif : yet were it )-"c or well If 'never we had lesov.n or cared If n-'er our souls' wealth had been bared, And pjl our weal and woe been s-pared ? If never our t o iouls had ran Tlieir cotiric rare free, then blent as one Mayhap "twere best. I cannot tell. We lo; jet nil the grief and wo2. The blight tnl j ears of care and pain, llopjs that like h'tlge lxjund leaveshave lain Along inj- paththe strife so ain, The liBss so distant as to seem But as tle fabric of a dream, 3Iy soul deep treasures. That I know ! 3L liueen Ilolahan. TSio Colim-l and the Soldier. Col...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 January 1887

WWBBBUmimjnIHI)lllll IJLBl-U.lllL.,IMJ.'iMWJJJWXJ ili, MJ.taiWgVt'Jt.'IJLJJJ' gfce ictota lailg &&' &s&nj Promina, gatxtrarij 18, 1887 f jV iV 1 i rvvAt-V'V THE PASSION. A. youth, light haarted, rollicking anil bold I sailed upon tha sea, ' And in a. California gathered gold And Afric ivorie. While, Arab lilio, ashore I pitched raj tent, "Which, scarcely pitched, was furled; sly dreams were mine, and. easily content, "Vvas monarch of a world. Ah me' ah me! a wild flower saw, and now I piae and mope alono; The sail's unstretched, and, motionless the prow Obeys no master tone. Frederic Lucca Squires, BILLY IIITGIIIXS. It was undeniable that the bis box H;W stove in Dave Reavis' store was the most ( rest, and there the poor lad's last' night inciting rendezvous in Little York a above ground was passed. It was noticed rainy afternoon in late October, 1857; for j as an evidence of nice discrimination that cold and cheerless was the wind whistling the Blue "Wing had closed...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 January 1887

8 $lxc !23licMta gailg gagle : Questing SSlorotiiQ, gamiarg X8. 1837. ,vi:mj "lM. Ul'UDOCK A. lt!:0., I'rnprleton.. TUESDAY MORNING. JAX. 1$, 1S37. JtKAIi E-TTATH Tit.N&rifi:s. The follTvins are the real estate transfers recorded hi tlia oiltea of the resistor of deeds yesterday. V H.TudvtoItS Hamilton, lots 14, 10, IS, 20, Pearl st, L E Po-t to A II Imboden, lots odd from 1 to lo Estelle avo Lippett & Aldneh'a sub-dir J A Miller to- S Ketzler, com .-st mv cor of sv qr 'J-2?-l e thenc.; e -JO rds s 2o rds w 4U l lis ji 20 nU M R Mo-er to II L Gordon, lots o2, :'.4, -! 33, 12, 14, Bui-rato Maple Gtovo APrvtoCJMo-her, lot 53 E:npotfa 40Q0 1S00 1200 :ivi: Mend's add 10000 2,1 n W -h-ro A Fi-., Iot."2 Eiujwna ave Mead's add Cll Pecfctiuin to ii f Umw1I, iot-s even i torn 2 to 21, Green ave Peekham & Lilly".-, add ;- E Williams to J A 5Cei-t"j lot '14, :(, Volub.ni ave Ella'.-. sub div pV'.iiHnn-Wtn J M Hamilton, lots 40, 4S, Seneca st E a ij .v.j t J vv ilson. com on o .side...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

fmJLAHtmwQ&miHitt AfajMb v-HESSH- r -'-1 fx-r foale VOL. VI. NO. 54. WICHITA, KAXSAS, WEDNESDAY MOKSTNG. JAXUAiri 19. 7. WHOLE NO. S36. lm - v '--jt- JM9ff?Jfesa,3;.X, - "fcP(?B - .iD'smB r- - ''3!?a,slf-?3iW - -v;-5 - - -wib Q aT is "IT IS WRITTEN." The Land of Gold The City of Prophecy. A Divination of tliu Winning "Wonder of rho Western World. Born to Unnni Another Uatnie:s Street Mag-j- nillceiU llulldino The -S.lrlt or Ks-en- raj tlal-mul Pie-eminence Wlilcli lias EerO'ershatlowctl Wichita. "Wichita is to be a great city. No one doubts that fact. S'.'t down in the midst of the grandest agricultural area in the known world, on the banks of the third longest riv er oil the continent, whose valloy rivals the rich Delta of the Nile for productiveness, and v. hose climate equals the Highlands of the Hudson for liealthiuln;-s, she is witbojt a rival, preeminent. There is that subtle something in her atmosphere whieh ever be speaks her crowning importance. There hovers over and ab...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

f"'t-twtj-'ij. iji. , imt?arrV3S&&3&eF&&sZ&&Sas?'t ttmdttmmiimm &" ij m i ya fftil$s6: ' gagXe n. M. MURDOCH, Editor. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JAN. 19, 1887. NOT A GOULD LINE. We notice there is again talk of voting bonds to a road which is to run from Coun cil Grove southwest through Kingman to Medicine Lodge, which we believe is un der the fastering care of one Foster, and which is claimed to be an extension of the Missouri Pacific. The Eagle stated some time since that the above line was not a Gould line, and we so informed a delega tion from Medicine Lodge. "We have since seen a telegram from Mr. A. L. Hopkins, the viee-president of the Missouri Pacific system, which says straight out that the Missouri Pacific is not only not at the back of the Kansas cc Mexico, but that they are opposed to it. A TALK FROM PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HAZEN. Out dispatches yesterday morning an nounced the death of Gen. Llazen, the chiuf of the signal service. Gen. llazen was ea...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

'S, Site SSHtcMla gailtjgaole: OTtediiesdas tomiiiB, Janxmra 19, 1887 MS&alg gHiloj err? f UJ? R. II. TJUE TABLKS. Dcmcr. Jlcmiilils A. Atlantic. VTsT. Mixed Train. Xo. 1, CWa. J!, 7-05 XAME OF STATIONS. Mixed Train, .No 7-wr. 7-05 .Lv Eelle Tlaine Ar. Uberdale ... AUion .. ...0 43 UO .. J-iJ ..5M lOajO Couwuj Springs1 L-v VIA) ....-. Milton 10;5J Norwich UJ Iiulinimt 452 ll-5 Alameda 4-1 U:25r.5I Ar..,., Lv 410 IrS Penalosa S-S 155 Iuka Junction 2:50 2.13 .lumii A5A Trains cw 1 an 1 2 r au d.iil . Train No 2 III ait at Toro.i until Train No Ian lies. Tr.il "HI stop at all station-. r ITZMJIiALD MALLOKY CO.NNT'C'N t O. D. J. THAYEK. SAM'I. HUNT, Chief EniiKh-r and Gen'l -iiT Tnuu 31ster. St. ., rt. . A W. K. K. BAST BOUND TKAiNs. Train lesces Wichita a. in. am! 7 Wp.-n. Train arrets froni the ta-t ..3 1U a. in. and .Sit n in. wei Bonvn. Train leaves Train arrlvf tisH a. m. and p. m ..S05 a. m. and 7:3) p. m. WidiltJ. A Colorado. Train le.f-s for IIutchtnson. a 45 a-m. and 7:31 p...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

iH&Htm wi3 19. 1887; jSujii iwBnr ra ffirr" " . 3J. J1URDOCK. R.P. .VODOCX, Editor. j Bu3lnM Manager. M. M. MTCRDOCK & BBO., Publishers and Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 19, 1S87. Ail letter pertaining to the tjusit.esii of tse priutlas h ce or bindery, or for Information of advertlsihK. tould be addrcRsrd to tlie buttlnoj miuiHKPr; all O hr ymmunipjitlrnt! to theclltor. Tas ouly Dallr Paper In Souttnvi-st ltaius or tbe Arkansas Valley rccelrluz both the day And night Awoclated Press report In full. TKKMS OK SUBSCKIPTIONS. DiTL.1" BY MAIL, FOSTAOE rUDrAID. One copy, oneyear-. $ S 00 One copy, plx numtbi 4 uu Oaocopy, three ir ,.Iji 2 CO One copy, one mo h 75 By carrier, per year Ill Oi 8j carrier, throe months i 91 Twenty cants per week delivered by curlers In the' city. WEEKLY. Oie copy, one year, in the State SI JJ J 0o copy, lx roontlia 75 TO ADVKKTISUK3. Our rates for alverti!in$; shutl be as Iovr an those of n? other (,-aper of eual value ca an nslvertLsIiifj mo ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

I , J " "" iJTSS'T"5 ''WlEW mmmT-msp- saiar -.. s.,.-. - ; -' sp5b Pp&m rur ' i i ii-1 i i ..u 'S'ir " 2e Wichita 3ailtj gatjle: xgSeclnesclay piotmitig, Jannaru 19. lfc$7. & wrmr i inn r ii i ir ii m i ' .- -'tt f ; i :- i t: t -wuap-- cjr'. ir 5 ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH F1RB UECORD. Livei-y Baru Bnrued. Special Dispatch to the Dally Eale. Caldwell, Kan, Jan. IS. Snoiv & Knapp's livery- barn burned last night be tween 8 and 9 o'clock. Losses, seven thpuaand dollars: insurance thirty-five hun dred. Five dead horses found so far; sev eral firemen hurt but not seriously. Cause ire unknown An Illinois Town Destroyed. jEUbEYVILLE, 111?.. Jan. IS. A di'sf.S tioiib tire broke out at au early hour v-ster day morning in the niilinery store in Snedeker'a block. The temperature was vitt low. and ivith a sale blow ing from the north the local fire department wn almost helpless From Sntdeker's blo-k tue fiime? went south burning live brick b aiding-, then ive-t to the Commercial hotel, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

uMhrtiMttfwaMnanm'vvMMMni wd'fH U J"i"W .P ljt '?;' ifW UK -P V -X' jr ?S?lSSM'li?35a&v? e V5r'?5r -a " , " 6 Ixs IWicltita Sails agle:Wedixesflaij Sfottxtag, gaimarij 19, 1887, -rjjtsii , M4a gaigjwjpU IffiTCABIE BUSINESS. HOW CHICAGO SENDS MESSAGES TO EVERYBODY AND EVERYWHERE. VFIrlng Uio Aijtipodes Tho Tour Cor- ners of tho Earth Brought Close To gether Scmli lifr Cipher Dispatches Of Interest to the l'uhlic. ' "The general public has no idea of the qxtent of tho cable btisiness in Chicago,' Eaid Business Manager Felton, of the West ern Union Telegraih company, in 1 esponso to questions put to him by a. reporter. ""Sor have mam eoplo an adequate con ception of the vigorous manner in which cables and land lines have been spread over the universe," ho added. "There are now, I believe, eight cables between North Amer ica and Europe. They average IJ,000 miles long, and in all the world I understand there are something like 100,000 miles of submarine telegraph lines. South America...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

fV X a- S ' i u. w L L -T - ai9lB THINK THEY ARE SICK. IMAGINARY ILLS TO WHICH HUMAN FLESH IS HEIR. v Teople who Insist Upon licing Dosed, X,.?" and How They aro Accommodated. Bread Tills and Simple Sirup for Tancicd Ailments. "Do you sec that lady?'5 A prominent Detroit physician indicated a lady who had just left his office. ""Well, she imagines she has consumption, and this is her third visit to me. You needn't look surprised. If I were to tell her the truth that she hasn't the remotest symptoms of the disease she would think mo a fool, and-go to another doctor. And if he told her the truth she would keep on going until she found a physician who agreed with her. The only way to deal ,with persons who think they have consump- . i'tion is to humor Iheir whim, charge as lit tle as possible without exciting thrir suspi cion, and bring them around perfectlj- cured as soon as they can be made to believe it. You have no idea of the number of intelli gent ladies who imagine they have con...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 January 1887

ier w 53 nilipSrgle M'.M. ilUKDOCICA HKO.. Proprietors. "VVEDNESDAT MORNlSfi. JAN. 19 1S87. KUAIj INSTATE TKA-SM'KS. The following are tlrj real estate trausfoi-s reioploii iu t!i dice of the register of deed yesterday. , B 1) Ranay to C Hattoii, lots 1017, 1010, JU-JI, W-i, .Jtilicrsuil v, mnuiii- . sf L'iaVStlt add F It Cummigham to I S lirush, lots 0, 11, Vi, 15, E-stelle avc, Peekhain & Lilly's add O Smith to T M KoUuisOii, lots V, ii, Allen & Smith's add N vi -i 1 ire U U 1J McCorm.ck, s eqr A L ilitK'U to 15 hloinimn, lots 1102, 1104. 110.. 110S, JuciiS'in ave, Soi rellen's add D M Phillips to C V Graham, bg 15,) ft troin. ffcor lot (, cor Maple st, Cllirton av, thence 1& It, v I.m ft, s 1S ft, e 15-Jtt v Cr Ij V"ootl to C Cr Kodolf, lots "J7, 35, blk 0. .1 miction Town Co G XV ClMiifiit to It B Tarltoa, lots 42, 41, Water s- - E G Kili -ii to T C Dit, lots lk. IOi, 100, Maiketst, Dyrec Fern-I's add J J llaekiiej to J 31un-e, lots 110, 112, Market st 7?PLtom:".1otr...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 January 1887

-:, w Mcugk VOL. VI. NO. 55. WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MOKNTSTG, JANUARY 20, 1887. WHOLE NO. 837. , iAi HI pi cfk feJS Hi 1 P On r 1 1 il jy mMi W HF Mm H If t Mi 11 TO & JL4 123 and 125 Buy Dry Goods Now. Our Entire Stock at Cost and Less than Cost. Everything Reduced. Big Cuts in Dress Goods and Wraps. A lot of Children's Cloaks 25 cts. N. B. The .only exceptions we make to this Cost sale are Foster's Kids and JBall and Warner's Coksets. ?? mm M E3 s-w B4 msm ua i t a MLa x 9J 1 A J14T- -S. ff s Sj WBOi ladelptiia 5tore Corner Douglas ay. and Market St. ' Closing Our Needing more room for our constantly increasing Dry Goods trade, wc have de termined to close out our Boot and Shoe Department We have a stock of about $12,000 worth of Boots and Shoes, which will be sold at any price to insure their speedy sale. We must have the room for our early Spring Business. Come and Get Bargains. A. KATZ. S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and Market St. Main Street. Sid ?jr 1 ,r.2' S lH fw ) & ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 January 1887

'?S&-J!f2VWZ&T!W3rl' -sj-w $ sSWIysfi -y$Afx&. . -"-vj' ZS & kt. v M. 31. MUUPOCK, Editor. THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 20, 1837. WICHITA CLEARING HOUSE. "Wichita, shows her appreciation of ad vertising by sending her weekly clearing to the iJostoii i'ost. And a very excellent showing she makes, treading close on the Leels of St. Joseph. Kansas City Time. "Wichita has a well-founded leputation for keeping a weather eye out. However, the hank clearings of our city are not scut out so much to advertise Wichita as to let the financial world know that Kansas has a commercial city of such importance v ilh iu her borders. THE SUM TOTAL. The Wichita Eaci.e ligures out $1,900, 001) wonh of buildings to be built in lbb7 iu Wichita. Topeka will beat her ligure by about one million. Topeka Demoeiat. Tliere au; multitudes of men down this way who Avili wager comer lots worth S 1 000 rer fr )iil foot that Topeka wont expend in the-ercction of buildings for the year lbb7, as much as the...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 January 1887

"az 'Sx&tclxita gaxXij gagls : gtiursflaij ptoruiurj, gamiarg 20, 18S'7. XiBg gtjpe H. R. TJME TABLES Denver. Memphis &. Atlantic, AVEST. .Mixed I'raia No. i. fciu a. si,.... 7-u3 AME OK STATIONS. KAST. Mixed Train, No. Z. Wr. 7.05 6M5 G3) G.U) 5:5') 5.-20 iZl 4i55 1.1(5 ::!.- 3.-GT. ....Lv Brlle Maine Ar... , Rivcrrtalu Anson .conwny- Springs. Milton ..... Norwich, Rclniont Alaawla Lv Kincman l'enalosal luka J unction Turun IttlHj 10:30 10$ I 11 M 11:55 1J-5 r. liio 1:5 liYi 2:15 M .-J:3) Tr.ilm Nix. 1 and 2 run daily. Train No. 2 will wait a. r.iron uatJl Train No 1 arrives. Trains will stop at all htatious. MTZtiERALD A MALLORY CONSTC'X CO. I). J. TILVYEK, SAll'L HUNT, Chief liniueer and Gen'l 3I'n?'r. Train Master. St. L., Tt. S. .fc Y. K. it. IMST 1SOUXD T11MSS. Train leav YHcbila f-' a. m. and 7:W p,iu. Train arrives from tne cat....S.10 a. in. andTrll p.m. west bounk. Traia loar!.. T:-ain arrives. 2:30 a. in. and S p. ni Ji" a. m. and 75SI i. m. '.Viehlta A. Colorado....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 January 1887

.;& i tti ii ii 11111(1111111-linn iimiii mm iinmii j 11 'XJxq WLicKttn faittj kqIz : Ixursclatj Corning, gantxaxij 20, i87. ' sM?" czrr.. V A ag SJ. ii. ItVJUVvCK. Kdito: Uoslm-M "j super. if. 21. ilUKDOCK A URO Pnblislievs and Proprietors. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 20, 1SS7. A!l letters. htM::i!i: to the basinets of the .riuticr. lDime or bindery, or for informaUon of sdvrtlslnit. sieuld Iks addressed to the business manaar; all OtSvr communication. to thn editor. , Th; only Dally riKT In Southwest Ksnsaa or tbr AriMttiS&K'Vallry receiving both tbe day and nisi" ABW-I.itl Press report In full. aKitsis of suEscKirr'iONs. DAU.T BT l!Att,TCSTJOS ntKFAio. One ofpr, occ ytvir. . OrjecoM". r.Ix moiitim 4 0 Orsecopy. thr?eir ,.Jis 2 trj One copy, one rao. .ch V Br ennier. v-i y-ar 1)'J'- By carrier, three months - Xvre.aty cwnts per week delivered by carrier" iu the dry. WEEKLY. Oaeoopy, one year. In tne j-tate,. Oas copy, six months .5100 ,. 75 TO ADVERTISERS. Oar ratos for ad vert...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 January 1887

r tBKcttitit 3ailtj gagle: S&itvstfcuj Scorning, Samiauy 20. tfc87 o Ell A Bold Attempt was Made Last Hight to "Wreck and Sob an Express Train on the Chicago & Alton JNTear Indepen dence, Mo. The Bobbers Thwarted and Es cape in the Darkness Bootyless. The National Iloaicl of Trade Meet ut Wnaiihij'toii mihI Formulate Legislation. The Fraukie Morris Case at Topeka Developed it Sensation (Jreat Fire ttt Alliance, Ohio. Etc., Etc. Attempted Evprearj Jobbery. Eaxsis City, Jan. 19. A -Marshall, M , xt cial say : Stiottiy after the east Im'iihI (Jhimtro & Alton piiNeiij;t'r tiain for St. Limi- left Iiulependern'e tonight it ,-is slopped b a man on the forward platform of the express (air v.ho pulleii the bell rope lie tired at a b.iykemau who ap pturet3. and :do hot tlie express ineen-j;t-r, who e-uiu- to the door of the ear, but iit-iilur.-hit took effect. The man tlun dis.q.jH-ared in the darkness and the '.ram went on. The theory advawed i- that the stranger hid confedeiale...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 January 1887

mrmmesamammt 6 ta WLitKitn gai x&&: glrorsclarj MovniriQ, Ssraixarg 20, 1887! vf jgwrawmcw w '4g THERE COMES A TIME. TliMts comes a time v. hen tto pros old. ' And liko a sunset dov, u the sea Slope gradual, and the niht winds cold Come ivhisperintjsad and chillingly; And loelrs aro Rray As winter's day. And eyes of sstidest blus behold The leaves all weary lr:ft away, And lip cl faded co'til sty, There comec a time when we crow old. There comes a time u hen joyous heal is, Which leaped as laps th-j laughing main. Are dead to all sat o memory, As prisoner in his dungeon chain; And dawn of day Hath passed away, . The moon hath into darkness rolled, And by the embers wan and gray, I hear a oice in whisper say, There comes a time when wc grow old. There comes a time when manhood's primo Ls hhroudod in the mtot of ycar3, And beauty, fading hl.o a dream. Hath passed av. ay hi .stl-nt tears; And then how dark! Dut, oh' thebpark That kindled 3-or.th to hu -s of gold, Still bur.ss w...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 January 1887

i at- jsjsg-g:as''?-e-pg;g '.SI fcc Eiclitta JBailtj aIe: ft:nflag gporruiiig, atitrarij 20. 1887. 5K KSWfi -y CALLERS ON LAWYERS. THE PRECAUTIONS THAT ARE TAKEN AGAINST BORES AND CRANKS. IIow Mistakes Are Sometimes Made. People WIio Are Hardest to Get Kid of. j Troublesome "Women Clients Derive ' for X.itisatioh. j People who visit the offices of nrominent lawyers find that they are usually cooped ' up in little dens ot their own, and laby- rintliTno toci,, .i ; ,-!,-.. l,.i- : " 'WJ-if """ "!""- - there before y.U anv way." bar t.p way. Those who are known to ,.you re joking;young feUow. I re havc important business with the firm lllsmber wcIl enough waitmg a week for are reauily admitted to the inner cham- ; a me3Slse from- rmlia or H K n0 uei, uiii strangers are csaraiuuu ami cross- examine'l and their intentions thoroughly sifted before they can gain access. This exclusive:! ess is a matter of protection, and while the incivility of clerks and middle men may be trying to the te...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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